Question about Garden
Check the blade! Your mowers blade is either worn out or installed upside down. The shape of a mower blade creates a vacuum or lift. The leading edge of the blade (sharp edge) should be parellel to the ground, while the trailing edge of the blade should rise up at about a 45 degree angle. This creates lift. As a blade wears, not only will the leading edge get dull, but sand and dirt cause the trailing edge to wear and reduces the vacuum effect. An upside down blade (easy to do) will just smash the grass and won't create any lift.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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